Bunsen–Kirchhoff Award

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The Bunsen–Kirchhoff Award is a prize for "outstanding achievements" in the field of analytical spectroscopy. It has been awarded since 1990 by the German Working Group for Applied Spectroscopy, and is endowed with €2500 by PerkinElmer, Germany.[1][2] The prize is named in honor of chemist Robert Bunsen and physicist Gustav Kirchhoff.

Prizewinners[edit]

Bogaerts
  • 1990 Günter Snatzke, Germany[1]
  • 1991 Hannes Aiginger, Austria; Peter Wobrauschek, Austria; Joachim Knoth, Germany; Heinrich Schwenke, Germany[1]
  • 1992 Kurt Laqua, Germany; Arnulf Röseler,Germany[1]
  • 1993 Boris L'vov, Russia[1]
  • 1994 D. Bruce Chase, USA; W.J. Orville-Thomas, Great Britain[1]
  • 1995 Paul W.J.M. Boumans, Netherlands[1]
  • 1998 Annemie Bogaerts, Belgium[1]
  • 2000 Dieter Fischer, Germany[1]
  • 2001 John A. McLean, USA [1]
  • 2002 Jürgen Popp, Germany[1]
  • 2003 Sergei Boulyga, Germany[1]
  • 2004 Dr. Ewa Bulska, Poland[1]
  • 2005 Dr. Nicolas Bings, Germany[1]
  • 2006 Dr. Volker Deckert, Germany[1]
  • 2007 Dr. Jörg Bettmer, Germany [3]
  • 2008 Prof. Dr. Sebastian Schlücke, Germany [3]
  • 2009 Dr. Joachim Koch, Switzerland [3]
  • 2010 Prof. Dr. Janina Kneipp, Germany[3]
  • 2011 Dr. Daniel Pröfrock, Germany[3]
  • 2012 Prof. Dr. Christoph Haisch, Germany[3]
  • 2013 Prof. Dr. Maria Montes-Bayón, Spain[3]
  • 2014 Dr. Oliver Reich, Germany [4]
  • 2015 Prof. Dr. Martín Resano, Spain [3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o "Bunsen Kirchhoff Preis". German Working Group of Applied Spectroscopy. Retrieved 4 July 2013. 
  2. ^ "Press Release Archive: Prestigious Bunsen-Kirchhoff Prize Awarded To GW Student". George Washington University. 14 March 2001. Retrieved 4 July 2013. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h "Bunsen-Kirchhoff-Preis für Analytische Spektroskopie". Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker. Retrieved 9 November 2015. 
  4. ^ "Bunsen–Kirchhoff Prize Awarded". Chemistryviews. Retrieved 9 November 2015.